Question about 2003 Honda CRF 450 R
How much gear oil does it take to fill a 2003 Honda CRF 450 when you change it
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Need oil change procedure for an 03 CRF450
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: CRF 150 Honda 2007 oil change
There are also 2 separate drains/fillers one for the transmission and the othe for the crankcase . The measure is 620 ml per side, although some guys run up to 700 ml on the transmission. 10W-40 is the correct weight for the engine side. On the trans side a Transmission specific oil in an 80W or 85W grade. Maxima Extra full synthetic is the best oil you can buy for the engine. Maxima MTL is the best for transmissions.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
You should not have oil leaking from the carby. If you have over filled it with oil, then it may be coming from the crankcase breather and then into the airbox, and appearing to come from the carby. If you have not over filled it, then the bike may have blowby problems with compression gasses passing the rings, and in a similar manner forcing oil out the crankcase breather. Not sure about the hole in the side of the cylinder... do you have a picture? Unless its pouring out, or gets worse, I would not be too worried. If you have over filled the oil, maybe time for an oil change to get the level right.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
Have the dealer replace the worn chain. On this new of a bike I think the chain may be okay. Ask the dealer if you are adjusting the chain properly.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
read your owners manual. the crank case breather tube has a plug on the end of it and needs to be drained periodically.if this is not done over time the tube fills with oil and then dumps into the intake tract.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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